U.S.government bond ADV was down 11.5% YoY to $120.2 billion(bn). European government bond ADV was up 9.7% to $36.8bn.
Strong retail and institutional
U.S.government bond activity was more than offset by declines in wholesale trading as broader treasury market volumes also declined. Higher interest rates continued to drive trading in the retail market. European government bond volumes were supported by strong hedge fund activity amid volatile markets and a pick-up in U.K.Gilts activity.
- Strong retail and institutional
Mortgage ADV was down 15.7% YoY to
- Lower supply and increased investor caution in the wake of the regional bank headlines weighed on overall activity in the sector.
Swaps/swaptions ≥ 1-year ADV was up 11.2% YoY to
$217.3bnand total rates derivatives ADV was up 15.0% to $349.4bn.
- Strong volume in swaps/swaptions ≥ 1-year was driven in part by elevated interest rate volatility, particularly in shorter dated instruments and higher compression activity. Strong volumes continued to be supported by activity in both global inflation and emerging markets swaps, as well as robust client adoption of the request-for-market (RFM) protocol.
U.S.credit ADV was up 2.8% YoY to $4.1bnand European credit ADV was up 0.6% to $1.9bn.
U.S.credit volumes reflected continued client adoption across Tradeweb protocols, including request-for-quote (RFQ), portfolio trading and Tradeweb AllTrade®, including record share in all-to-all trading, as broader TRACE credit volumes declined 9.2% YoY. Tradeweb’s share of fully electronic U.S.High Grade and U.S.High Yield TRACE was 14.6% and 6.1%, respectively. Relatively subdued European credit market activity weighed on overall volumes.
Municipal bonds ADV was down 25.3% YoY to
- Municipal volumes reflected broader municipal bond market slowdown amid low issuance, as broader muni market volume declined 27.42% YoY.
Credit derivatives ADV was down 42.3% YoY to
- Subdued volumes reflected broader market declines, as broader industry SEF volumes declined 41.63% YoY.
U.S.ETF ADV was down 2.4% YoY to $6.2bnand European ETF ADV was down 12.6% to $2.3bn.
U.S.institutional ETF activity, driven by further adoption of Tradeweb’s RFQ protocol, was more than offset by declining wholesale volumes, as overall U.S.ETF market volumes declined 33.74% YoY. European ETF volumes reflected overall market volumes, which declined 32.55% YoY.
Repurchase agreement ADV was up 14.3% YoY to
- Continued client adoption of Tradeweb’s electronic trading solutions drove Global Repo activity, despite significant volatility in money markets and sustained elevated usage of the Federal Reserve’s reverse repo facility. Retail money markets activity remained strong as interest rates remained elevated.
Please refer to the report posted to https://www.tradeweb.com/newsroom/monthly-activity-reports/ for complete information and data related to our historical monthly, quarterly and yearly ADV and total trading volume across asset classes.
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